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Trigger Vector Icon

This Trigger icon is a responsive icon. This means that it's optimized for four resolutions, from tiny 16x16 until highly detailed 80x80. The style comes from the latest Microsoft Office, which makes it perfect for any Windows applications, in particular, those with ribbon toolbar control. Unlike other icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this monster icon pack contains 15,500 icons, all in the same style and quality.
This icon is depicting the domino effect. Three lines are shown with an arrow indicating the movement of one object being tipping over and causing the next two objects to fall over sequentially.

Related to Trigger Icon

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Idea of Trigger Icon by Rubber Duckie

We've received the idea on September 27, 2013 and created the icons on October 09, 2013

Three icons to represent that something is triggered or put into motion. The icons shows a "triggering mode". I have looked at the icons in the icons8 library, but the best candidate I could find was this one:
( a boot / shoe kicking at something, like somebody just got kicked out )

Well, THAT icon doesn't represent what I would like to express in the icon. I want to tell the user that something is triggered either manually or by some external event (incoming call, timer that goes off, etc).
Idea 1: a human hand/finger that puts dominoes into motion. icon examples:
  Trigger icon idea
If you combine these two pictures into one icon, you get the result of one hand with three domino bricks of which the first domino brick leans/falls against the second domino brick and the second domino brick almost falls to the third domino brick, but not making contact with the third brick yet.
Real world examples: Icon shows a hand (or part of a hand) tapping the first domino brick:
Trigger icon idea photo or: Trigger icon idea image

For icon two I have in mind a lightning sign like . I would like to see this icon be used for icon two with the icon being inverted and without the rounded edges, so that only the thunderbolt is shown. The thunderbolt should "strike down" on something, so that it is clear to the user that something else is triggered. Maybe just like in the previous mentioned boot/foot icon some "kick" movement is depicted?? I am aware that a "thunderbolt only" icon (electricity) already is present within the icons8 library, but that is not what I mean. THAT icon doesn't show that something is put into motion. Third icon should be a hand tapping a domino row in which the domino row is shown from foreground to background (clearly visible: the domino bricks disapear on the horizon. This is what I mean:
Trigger icon idea (but then in the reverse order: foreground domino bricks fall first)
I was thinking of this icon: ​ in combination with a tortuous row of dominoes (large at the foreground, small in the background). Note: icon request 1 and icon request 3 are going to be using for different situations.

Rubber Duckie
Fantastic icons! Thank you!